COS 70 - Education And Outreach II

Thursday, August 11, 2016: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
209/210, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
8:00 AM
 A qualitative analysis of social belonging among minority and non-minority students at a large, public research institution
Bryan Dewsbury, University of Rhode Island; Joanna Ravello, University of Rhode Island
8:20 AM
 Faculty mentoring networks: A model for professional development in undergraduate quantitative biology education
Alison Hale, University of Pittsburgh; Arietta E. Fleming-Davies, Radford University; Gabriela Hamerlinck, BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium; Melissa L. Aikens, University of New Hamsphire; Sam Donovan, University of Pittsburgh; Kristin Jenkins, BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium; Jeremy M. Wojdak, Radford University
8:40 AM
 Undergraduates’ changing conceptions of humans as components of ecosystems
Anne Marie A. Casper, Colorado State University; Meena M. Balgopal, Colorado State University
9:00 AM
 Why you should teach a CURE: Faculty perspectives on course-based undergraduate research experiences
Erin E. Shortlidge, Portland State University; Gita Bangera, Bellevue College; Sara E. Brownell, Arizona State University
9:20 AM
 Developing ambitious biology teaching practices to become a better research scientist
Anna Strimaitis, Florida State University; Sherry Southerland, Florida State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Multiple factors influence student perceptions of environment in undergraduate courses
Kim Bjorgo-Thorne, West Virginia Wesleyan College; Lauren B. Clower, West Virginia Wesleyan College
10:10 AM
 Project TRUE (Teens Researching Urban Ecology): Creating a pipeline to train the next generation of ecologists
Jason M. Aloisio, Wildlife Conservation Society; James D. Lewis, Fordham University; J. Alan Clark, Fordham University; Jason Munshi-South, Fordham University; Amy R. Tuininga, Montclair State University; Brian Johnson, Wildlife Conservation Society; Karen Tingley, Wildlife Conservation Society
10:30 AM Cancelled
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